Eleven06 condos, North Shore. Image courtesy of Piatt Sotheby’s International Realty.

The North Shore is home to many of Pittsburgh’s biggest attractions — Heinz Field, Rivers Casino, PNC Park, Carnegie Science Center, Stage AE — yet the neighborhood itself has almost no residents who can easily walk to them.

That could change soon with the construction of a new condominium project dubbed Eleven06.

Reedsdale Associates LLC is turning a North Shore warehouse on Reedsdale Street into 38 condos, ranging in price from $200,000 to more than $900,000. The five-story building will feature one, two and three-bedroom units, in sizes from 500 to 1,700 square feet.

“You can tailgate right there in the building and walk over to Heinz Field,” says Matt Gilley, vice president of new construction with Piatt Sotheby’s International Realty. “This is really the first product in the North Shore to date since the stadiums went up.”

The building has been vacant for about 20 years, says Gilley.

“We began pre-sales on the project in late October and are thrilled with how well it is being received,” notes Gilley. “We expect to be sold out by early 2021.”

The project is currently 30% sold. It’s estimated that construction will finish this year, and residents will move in by early 2021.

Eleven06 interior on the North Shore. Photo courtesy of Piatt Sotheby’s International Realty.

Amenities will include rooftop space, a private gym, a dog park, a four-season room, outdoor communal space and on-site parking.

“There are rooftop amenities, lots of views of Mt. Washington, the Point, Heinz Field,” says Gilley. “You’ll see the future development of Esplanade, which Millcraft is doing.”

The property is located between Heinz Field and Rivers Casino. Sure, they’re not the quietest neighbors, but they can be fun. There may be other neighbors soon, too. Continental Real Estate is planning a mixed-use building with up to 49 condominiums closer to PNC Park.

Michael Machosky

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